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glueman Psychogeography and Folk (62* d) RE: Psychogeography and Folk 23 Nov 10

No need to apologise Leveller. I first came across JCP in 1978 when a fellow student lent me a paperback copy. My work at the time was very influenced by Blake and Palmer which didn't fit well into the brave new art culture of the period, but did provide access to a kind of secret society, an underground British romantic culture which had feelers in the most unlikely places.

I also have some of Roger Deakins books and a Bewick first edition, in fact groaning shelves of folklore and romatic books and prints. Another writer I came across in the 70s and return to is Denton Welch.

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